Brewers 6, Reds 5: Milwaukee snaps four-game losing streak

With a little bit of MLB history from the mound and a rally at the plate, the Milwaukee Brewers snapped a four-game losing streak and beat the Cincinnati Reds on Monday night, 6-5.

Josh Hader set an MLB record for most strikeouts in under three innings pitched, by striking out all eight batters he faced.

Milwaukee had a three-run seventh punctuated by Domingo Santana's two-out, two-run double to take the lead.

The Brewers will play the Reds two more times this week, including Tuesday night in Cincinnati. The Brewers at 17-13 in 2018, with seven of those 13 losses coming to the Cubs.

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Josh Hader makes MLB history in Brewers' win over Cincinnati
Josh Hader makes MLB history in Brewers' win over Cincinnati
Josh Hader is the first player in MLB history to strike out eight batters in fewer than three innings pitched.
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